J Hannah.

The relation between the Divine and human elements in Holy Scripture : eight lectures preached before the University of Oxford in the year MDCCCLXIII .. online

. (page 29 of 30)
Online LibraryJ HannahThe relation between the Divine and human elements in Holy Scripture : eight lectures preached before the University of Oxford in the year MDCCCLXIII .. → online text (page 29 of 30)
Font size
QR-code for this ebook


Note 9, page 246. On this point I would refer especially to the
valuable work of Wilson, An Illustration of the Method of Explain-
ing the N. T., &c, chapters ii., iii., &c. Compare Lyall, Propced.
Proph., p. 247 ; H. Browne, Messiah as foretold and expected,^. 77 ;
Trench, On the Parables, p. II, note. But the details of the argument
are most elaborately examined in Mr. Wilson's treatise.



LONDON
IliD BY SPOTTIBWOODE AND CO.
NUW-STHEET SQUARE



Albemarle Street,

October, 1863.



MR. MURRAY'S

FORTHCOMING WORKS.



THE COMPLETION



The Dictionary of the Bible;

ITS ANTIQUITIES, BIOGRAPHY, GEOGRAPHY, AND NATURAL HISTORY.



BY THE FOLLOWING



Archbishop of York.

Bishop of Calcutta.

Bishop of Killaloe.

Bishop of Gloucester and Bristol.

Bev. Lord Arthur Hervey.

Dean of Canterbury.

Bailey, Rev. Henry, B.D.

Barry, Rev. Alfred, M.A.

Bev an, Rev. William L., M.A.

Blakesley, Canon, B.D.

Brown, Rev. T. E., M.A.

Browne, Archdeacon.

Browne, Professor Harold, B.D.

Bullock, Rev. W. T., M.A.

Clarke, Rev. Samuel, M.A.

Cook, Rev. F. C, M.A.

Davies, Rev. Llewelyn, M.A.

Deutsch, Emanuel.

Drake, Rev. William, M.A.

Eddrup, Rev. E. P., M.A.

Farrar, Rev. F. W., M.A.

Fergusson, James, F.R.S.

Ffoulkes, Edmund S., M.A.

Garden, Rev. Francis.

Gotch, Rev. F. W., LL.D.

Grove, George.

Hawkins, Rev. Earnest, B.D.

Hayman, Rev. Henry, M.A.

Hessey, Rev. Dr.

Hooker, Joseph D., F.R.S.

Hornby, Rev. J. J.



WRITERS : —

Houghton, Rev. W., M.A.
Howson, Rev. Dr.
Huxtable, Rev. Edgar, M.A.
Jones, Rev. W. Basil, M.A.
Layard, A. H., M.P.
Leathes, Rev. Stanley, M.A.
Lightfoot, Professor, M.A.
Marks, Professor D. W.
Meyrick, Rev. Frederick, M.A..
Orger, Rev. E. R., M.A.
Ormerod, Archdeacon.
Perowne, Rev. J. J. S., B.D.
Perowne, Rev. Thos. T., B.D.
Phillott, Rev. H. W., M.A.
Plumptre, Professor B. H., M.A.
Poole, E. Stanley, M.R.A.S.
Poole, R. Stuart, M.R.S.L.
Porter, Rev. J. L., M.A.
Pritchard, Rev. Chas., M.A.
Rawlinson, Professor, M.A.
Rose, Rev. H. J., B.D.
Selwyn, Professor, D.D.
Stanley, Canon, D.D.
Thrupp, Rev. J. F., M.A.
Tregelles, S. P., LL.D.
Tristram, Rev. H. B., M.A.
Twisleton, Hon. Edw., M.A.
Venables, Rev. Edmund, M.A.
Westcott, Rev. B. F., M.A.
Wordsworth, Rev. Dr.
Wright, William A., M.A.



Edited by WM. SMITH, LL.D.

Editor of the Dictionaries of Greek and Roman Antiquities, Geography, Biography, &c.
Vols. II. and III. (completing the Work.) With Woodcuts. Medium 8vo.

In consequence of the great importance of many of the subjects contained in the later
letters of the alphabet, it has been found necessary to extend the work to three volumes
instead of comprising it in two, as originally iutended. It is believed that this extension
■will add greatly to the value and usefulness of the work. It has also enabled the Editor
to give, at the end of the Third Volume, an Appendix to Volume I., containing many
important articles on Natural History, as well as some subjects omitted in the First
Volume, such as "Antichrist," "Baptism," and "Church."



MR. MURRAY'S FORTHCOMING WORKS.

Selections from the Poetical Works



RICHARD MONCKTON MILNES (LORD HOUGHTON).

Fcap. 8vo.



The Financial Statements of 1853-60-63,

WITH SPEECHES ON TAX -BILLS, 1861, AND CHARITIES, 1863.
By the Right Hon. W. E GLADSTONE,

Chancellor of the Exchequer, and M.P. for the University of Oxford.
8vo.



History of Charles the Bold, Duke of
Burgundy.



By JOHN FOSTER KIRK.

Portrait. 2 Vols. 8vo.



The career of Charles the Bold has
usually been regarded as merely a romantic
episode in European history. As such it
forms the framework of two of Scott's
most brilliant fictions, — Quentin Durward
and Anne of Geierstein. That great writer
lias exhibited its salient features, if not
with strict fidelity, yet with a vigorous
touch and in vivid colours that seemed to
forbid any attempt of a weaker hand to
produce the same effects by a more literal
treatment of the subject. Even on the
Continent it has never been presented with
fulness and in detail, except in M. de
Barante's elegant rifacimento of the French
Chroniclers of the 15th century. That it
was, however, a subject deserving closer
research and an ampler delineation has been
apparent to those scholars in Belgium,
France, Germany, and Switzerland, who,
during the last twenty years have found in
its separate portions a fresh and fruitful
field for their investigations. Some corre-
spondence in reference to the matter passed
lictween the Lite Mr. Prescott and the dis-
tinguished Belgian archivist, M. Gachard,
who expressed a wish that the American
historian might be induced to employ his



pen on so attractive a theme. Availing
himself of his well-known facilities for
procuring the necessary materials, Mr.
Prescott formed a collection, but only that
he might, with his accustomed generosity,
place it at the disposition of the friend who
had first conceived the idea, and who had
long shared with him in those studies from
which the world has derived no ordinary
advantage. The result is a work of which
two volumes are now offered to the public,
and which a third volume in course of pre-
paration will complete. It is an attempt
to bring together and to embody in a sym-
metrical narrative all that the contemporary
chroniclers and memoir-writers, the extant
letters and other documentary evidence, and
the critical discussions of the present day,
could contribute for the just appreciation of
a remarkable epoch, grand historical figures
and an eventful story. An entirely new
light is thrown on some of the most im-
portant events in Charles's career, his.
position as the "Napoleon of the Middle
Ages '' is fully indicated, and the influence
is traced both of his ambition and of his
fall upon the destinies of the principal
European states.



The Metallurgy of Iron and Steel.

By JOHN PERCY, M.D., F.R.S.

■With numerous Illustrations, drawn to Scale. 8vo.



MR. MURRAY'S FORTHCOMING WORKS.



The New Testament,

ILLUSTRATED AND ANNOTATED;

wiin

A PLAIN EXPLANATORY COMMENT FOR PRIVATE AND FAMILY READING.

FORMING THE FIRST PORTION OF

THE HAND BIBLE.

Edited by the Rev. F. C. COOK, M.A.,

Preacher at Lincoln's Inu ; and

Rev. W. BASIL JONES, M.A.,

Examining Chaplain to the Archbishop of York.
ACCOMPANIED BY FAITHFUL VIEWS OF BIBLE SCENES FROM SKETCHES AND PHOTOGRAPHS.

Two clearly printed and portable volumes, crown 8vo.

The Notes to the Hand Bible are not didactic or hortative, like those of Henry and many more :
but are designed to explain the text — to correct wrong readings, to illustrate prophecy, and u>
remove difficulties — so briefly as not to withdraw the attention unnecessarily from the text.



Life and Times of Sir Joshua Reynolds;

WITH NOTICES OF HOGARTH, WILSON, GAINSBOROUGH, AND OTHERS.
By the late C. R. LESLIE, R.A.,

Author of " The Memoirs of Constable," and " Handbook for Young Painters."

Edited, with Additions, by TOM TAYLOR.

With Portraits. 2 Vols. 8vo.



The Rock-Cut Temples of India,

ILLUSTRATED BY 75 PHOTOGRAPHS TAKEN ON THE SPOT.
By MAJOR GILL.

DESCRIBED BY JAMES FERGUSSON, F.R.S.,

Author of "Handbook of Architecture."
Medium 8vo.



The Diary of Mary, Countess Cowper,

WIFE OF LORD CHANCELLOR COWPER,

And Lady of the Bedchamber to Caroline, Pkincess of Wales, afterwards
Queen of George I.

From the Original MS. in the possession of the family.

Portrait. 8vo.



Life of General Sir William Napier,

AUTHOR OF "HISTORY OF THE PENINSULA U WAR," ka., &Q.

Edited by H. A. BRUCE, M.P.

With Portraits. 2 Vols. Crown 8vo.



MR. MURRAY'S FORTHCOMING WORKS.

A New History of Painting in Italy,

FROM THE 2nd TO THE 16th CENTURY.

Derived from Original Researches and inspection of the Works of Art in Italy.

By J. A. CROWE, and SIGN OR CAVALCASELLE,

Authors of " A History of Early Flemish Art."
With Illustrations. Vols. I. & II. 8vo.



The Bampton Lectures for 1863.

THE RELATION BETWEEN THE DIVINE AND HUMAN ELEMENTS IN
HOLY SCRIPTURE.

By REV. J. HANNAH, D.C.L.,

Warden of Trinity College, Glenalcnond ; late Fellow of Line. Coll., Oxford.
8vo.



Sermons Preached at Lincoln's Inn,

AND ON SPECIAL OCCASIONS.
By Rev. F. C. COOK, M.A.,

Chaplain In Ordinary to the Queen, one of H.M. Inspectors of Schools, Examining Chaplain to
the Bishop of Lincoln, and Preacher to the Hon. Society of Lincoln's Inn.

Svo.



Narrative of Travels and Discoveries in the
Kingdoms of Siam, Cambojia, and Lao.

By HENRI MOUHOT, F.R.G.S.

With Map and Illustrations. Svo.



A New Life of Cicero.

By WILLIAM FORSYTH, M.A., Q.C.,

Author of " Hortonsius," " History of Trial by Jury," &c. ; late Fellow of Trinity Coll., Cambridge.

With Illustrations. Post 8vo.

The object of this work is to exhibit Cicero not merely as a Statesman and an Orator,
but as he was at home in the relations of private life, as a Husband, a Father, a Brother,
and a Friend. His letters are full of interesting details, which enable us to form a vivid
idea of how the old Romans lived two thousand years ago, and the biography embraces
not only a history of events, as momentous as any in the annals of the world, but a large
amount of anecdote and gossip which amused the generation that witnessed the downfall
of the Republic.

The Works of Alexander Pope,

WITH A NEW LIFE, INTRODUCTIONS, AND NOTES.

By Rev. WHITWELL ELWIN.

Vols. I. to III. With Fortraits. 8vo.



MR. MURRAY'S FORTHCOMING WORKS.



History of Christianity,

FROM THE BIRTH OF CHRIST TO THE ABOLITION OF PAGANISM IN THE

ROMAN EMPIRE.

By HENRY HART MILMAN, D.D.,

Dean of St. Paul's.
A New and Revised Edition. 3 vols. 8vo.



Industrial Biography:

IRON WORKERS— AND TOOL MAKERS.
By SAMUEL SMILES.

Post Svo.

History of Babylon, Media, and Persia ;

BEING THE CONTINUATION OF THE FIVE GREAT MONARCHIES OF THE
ANCIENT EASTERN WORLD.

By Rev. GEORGE RAWLINSON, M.A.,

Camden Professor of Ancient History at the University of Oxford.
With numerous Illustrations from Ancient Monuments. 2 Vols. 8vo.



Hymns in Prose, for Children.

By MRS. BARBAULD.

Illustrated with 112 Original Designs by Barnes, Wimpekis, Coleman, and Kennedy.



Small 4to.



Laws of Nature, the Foundation of Morals.

By DAVID ROWLAND,

Author of " A Manual of the English Constitution."
Post Svo.



The Music of the Most Ancient Nations ;

PARTICULARLY OF THE ASSYRIANS, EGYPTIANS, AND HEBREWS ;
WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO DISCOVERIES IN WESTERN ASIA AND EGYPT.

By CARL ENGEL.

With numerous Illustrations. Svo.



Principles of Surgery.

By JAMES SYME, F.R.S.E.,

Professor of Clinical Surgery in the University o Edinourgu
5th Edition, revised. Svo.



6 MR. MURRAY'S FORTHCOMING WORKS.

A History of Latin Christianity,

INCLUDING THAT OF THE POPES TO THE PONTIFICATE OF NICHOLAS V.
By HENRY HART MILMAX, D.D.,

Dean of St. Paul's.
Third and Revised Edition. Svo.



Elements of Geology;

OR, THE ANCIENT CHANGES OF THE EARTH AND ITS INHABITANTS,
By SIR CHARLES LYELL, F.R.S.

A new and revised Edition. With considerable Additions.
With numerous Woodcuts. 8vo.



Handbook to the Y/estem Cathedrals;

BRISTOL, GLOUCESTER, HEREFORD, WORCESTER, AND LICHFIELD.
By RICHARD J. KING, B.A.

With Illustrations. Post Svo.



A New English-Latin Dictionary,

COMPILED FROM ORIGINAL SOURCES.
By WILLIAM SMITH, LL.D.,

Editor of the " Latin-English Dictionary," "Classical Dictionaries," etc.
Svo and 12mo.



Student's Manual of English Literature,

By the late T. B. SHAW.

A New Edition, carefully revised, and partly re-written by the Author.

EDITED WITH NOTES AND ILLUSTRATIONS BY Wm. SMITH, LL.D.

Post Svo. 7s. 6c?.



Murray's Handbook for Paris.

A GUIDE FOR VISITORS TO THAT METROPOLIS AND ITS ENVIRONS.
With Clue Map and Plans. Small Svo.



Murray's Handbook for Ireland,

FROM ORIGINAL SURVEY AND JOURNEYS IN THAT COUNTRY.
With a first-rate Travelling Map. Post Svo.



MR. MURRAY'S FORTHCOMING WORKS.



The Book of Common Praj^er,

ILLUSTRATED WITH ORNAMENTAL BORDERS, INITIAL LETTERS, AND

WOODCUTS.

The Embellishments of the present edition consist of Ornamental Borders, Scrolls,
Foliage, Head-pieces and Vignettes, and many hundred Initial Letters, together with
the following Historical Engravings, to illustrate the Gospels, from the works of Raphael
and the early Masters of the Italian School, with some few derived from modern German
Masters.



CHRIST'S ENTRY INTO JERUSALEM
ST. JOHN IN THE WILDERNESS .
CHRISTMAS DAY— THE NATIVITY
STONING OF ST. STEPHEN
ST. JOHN EVANGELIST .
FLIGHT INTO EGYPT
ADORATION OF THE MAGI .
INFANT JESUS IN THE TEMPLE .
CHRIST HEALING THE BLIND .
MARY MAGDALEN ....
JUDAS RECEIVING THE MONEY
THE LAST SUPPER ....
CHRIST BEFORE PILATE
GOOD FRIDAY— THE CRUCIFIXION

„ „ CHRIST BEARING THE CROSS

THE ENTOMBMENT

EASTER DAY— THE RESURRECTION
THE GOOD SHEPHERD ....
DAY OF PENTECOST ....

THE ASCENSION

MIRACULOUS DRAUGHT OF FISHES
THE WIDOW'S SON OF NAIN .

TRIBUTE MONEY

THE RAISING OF JAIRUS' DAUGHTER

ST. ANDREW

ST. THOMAS'S INCREDULITY .

ST. PAUL

CONVERSION OF ST. PAUL
PRESENTATION IN THE TEMPLE
ANNUNCIATION OF THE VIRGIN .

ST. MARK

ST. PETER

ST. BARTHOLOMEW

ST. MATTHEW ...'..

ST. MICHAEL ■

ST. LUKE

ST. SIMON AND ST. JUDE .



Ang. da Fiesole.

oveebeck.

Raphael.

Raphael.

Raphael.

Ang. da Fiesole.

Raphael.

Overbeck.

Poussin.

Raj hael.

Ang. da Fiesole.

Raphael.

Overbeck.

Raphael.

Raphael.

Raphael.

Raphael.

Overbeck.

Raphael.

Raphael.

Raphael.

Overbeck.

Naeke.

Overbeck.

Raphael.

Raphael.

Raphael.

Raphael.

Fra Bartolomeo.

Raphael.

Fra Bartoloheo.

Raphael.

Raphael.

Raphael.

Raphael.

Overbeck.

Raphael.



FURNISHED WITH NOTES EXPLAINING THE ORDER AND HISTORY. OF THE OFFICES.

By Rev. THOMAS JAMES, M.A.,

Honorary Canon of Peterborough, Rural Dean and Vicar of Sibbertoft and Theddingworth.
A New Edition. One Volume. Medium 8vo.



Student's Manual of Ancient Geography.

By Rev. W. L. BEVAN, M.A.,

Vicar of Hay, Brecknockshire.

Edited by Wm. SMITH, LL.D.

A New and Cheaper Edition. With 250 Woodcuts. Post Svo. Is. 6d.

A new and cheaper edition of this work, which has been introduced into Eton and
other public schools, will be published in November, uniform with the "Student's
Hume," " Liddell's Rome, 1 ' and other works of the same series.



Albemarle Street,
October, 1863.



MR. MURRAY'S
LIST OF NEW WORKS.



-fi«8-



THE NATURALIST ON THE RIVER AMAZONS,

WITH ADVENTURES AND STUDIES OP NATURAL HISTORY DURING
ELEVEN YEARS OF TRAVEL.

BY H. W. BATES.

With Map and 40 Illustrations. 2 Vols. Post 8vo. 2Ss.

"We have never seen a more graceful record of strange, out of the world experiences,
or a more luminous art in the exposition of scientific details. We assume that the book
will be most prized by the present school of naturalists for its generalisations on species,
sex, climatal influences, &c, and we have heard especial stress laid on its illustrations
of the general adaptation of so many animal and vegetable forms to the conditions of a
purely arboreal life ; but we rest content with the power of description of detached
phenomena to assign the book a high status in a purely literary sense as well. It imparts
the fascination which the great river and great forest exercised on the writer himself,
and makes the reader his absorbed companion to the end.

" The merit of the illustrations throughout the book is one of its greatest charms, due
principally to that gifted pencil which is confessedly such a great advantage enjoyed by
the naturalists of our own day, as compared with the illustrations provided for their
predecessors. But the skill with which the narrative itself is framed, if it does not render
it independent of such assistance, itself leaves the effect of a series of pictures on the
reader's memory." — Times, Sept. 24, 1863.



ADDRESSES DELIVERED TO HIS CLERGY,

AT HIS VISITATION, 1863 ; TO WHICH IS ADDED, A SERMON PREACHED ON
WHIT-SUNDAY.

BY HENRY LORD BISHOP OF EXETER.
8vo. Is.



LIFE OF GENERAL SIR HOWARD DOUGLAS,

BART., G.C.B., &c.

FROM HIS NOTES, CONVERSATIONS, AND CORRESPONDENCE.

BY S. W. FULLOM.

With Portrait. Svo. 15».



MR. MURRAY'S LIST OF NEW WORKS.



THE HISTORY OF THE JEWS,

FKOM THE EARLIEST PERIOD, CONTINUED TO MODERN TIMES.

BY HENRY HART MILMAN, D.D.,

Dean of St. Paul's.

Third Edition, revised, and enlarged. With a New Preface.
3 Vols. Svo. 36s.



LISPINGS FROM LOW LATITUDES;

AN ILLUSTRATED JOURNAL OF A TOUR IN EGYPT.
By the Hon. IMPULSIA GUSHINGTON.



EDITED BY LORD DUFFERIN.
With 24 Large Plates. 4to. 21s.



THE WAKS OF THE 18™ & 19™ CENTDEIES,

1700-1815.

INCLUDING THE BATTLE OF WATERLOO.

BY LIEUT.-GEN. THE HON. SIR EDWARD OUST, D.C.L

Maps. Vols. Fcap. Svo. 5s. each.

"The great merit of General Gust's ' Annals ' are the accuracy and impartiality with
which they are written. The spirit of the partisan is entirely absent from his pages,
he renders to all the merit which he believes to be their due, neither forbearing to
praise his foe, nor shrinking if the need exist from visiting censure on his friend.
Unlike M. Thiers, who in his military histories has only one object in view, to exalt
his nation at the expense of all others, Sir Edward Oust never loses an opportunity of
commending a masterly movement, a gallant action, or a deed of personal daring, though
the subject of his commendation be the enemy ; while on the other hand he freely
expresses his opinion where he perceives an error committed by even the greatest of his
countrymen." — Examiner.

JAPAN AND CHINA.

A NARRATIVE OF JOURNEYS TO YEDO AND PEKIN;

WITH NOTICES OF THE NATURAL PRODUCTIONS, AGRICULTURE, HORTICULTURE,
TRADE, AND OTHER THINGS MET WITH BY THE WAY.

BY ROBERT FORTUNE

Author o I" Three Visits to China.

With Map and Illustrations. Svo. 16s.



10 MR. MURRAY'S LIST OF NEW WORKS.

MISCELLANIES.

COLLECTED AND EDITED BY EARL STANHOPE.

Second Edition. With some Supplementary Letters. Post 8vo. 5s. 6d.

* # * The Supplementary Letters may be obtained separately.

HISTORY OF THE EACES OF THE OLD WOELD.

DESIGNED AS A MANUAL OF ETHNOLOGY.

BY CHARLES L. BRACE.

Post 8vo. 9s.



REMAINS OF ARTHUR HENRY HALLAM.

WITH PREFACE AND MEMOIR.
TJiird Edition. With Fortrait. Fcap. Svo. 7s. 6d.

AIDS TO FAITH.

A SERIES OF THEOLOGICAL ESSAYS BY THE FOLLOWING WRITERS:

Rev. Canon Hakold Browne. Ret. Dr. M c Caul.

Rev. F. C. Cook, M.A. Rev. Professor Mansel.

Bishop op Gloucester and Bristol. Rev. Professor Rawlinsor.

Bishop of Killaloe. The Archbishop of York.

EDITED BY THE ARCHBISHOP OF YORK.
Svo. 9s.

THE BAMPTON LECTURES FOR 1862.

A CRITICAL HISTORY OF FREE THOUGHT IN REFERENCE TO THE
CHRISTIAN RELIGION.

BY REV. ADAM STOREY FARRAR, M.A.,
Michel Fellow of Queen's Coll., Oxford.

Svo. 16s.

PALERMO AND NAPLES IN 1859-61.

WITH NOTICES OF VICTOR EMMANUEL, FRANCIS II., AND GARIBALDI.

BY ADMIRAL SIR RODNEY MUNDY, R.N., K.C.B.

With Frontispiece. Post Svo. 12s.



MR. MURRAY'S LIST OF NEW WORKS. II



LIFE OF GEN. SIB ROBERT WILSON.

FROM AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL MEMOIRS, JOURNALS, NARRATIVES,
CORRESPONDENCE, &c.

Containing an Account of his Birth, Parentage, Early Life, Entrance into Army, Various
Campaigns, Diplomatic Services, &c, down to the Peace of Tilsit.

Edited by his Nephew and Son-in-Law,

REV. HERBERT RANDOLPH, M.A.

Portrait. 2 Vols. 8vo. 26s.



RECOLLECTIONS OF
TAETAE STEPPES AND THEIE INHABITANTS.

CHIEFLY EXTRACTED FROM LETTERS ADDRESSED TO FRIENDS.

BY MRS. ATKINSON.

With Illustrations. Post 8vo. 12s.

THE GEEAT BIVEE OF CHINA:

A NARRATIVE OP AN EXPEDITION SENT TO EXPLORE THE UPPER
WATERS OF THE YANG-TSZE.

BY CAPTAIN T. W. BLAK1STON, R.A.

With Maps and Illustrations. 8vo. 18s.

THE MESSIAH.

A NARRATIVE OF THE LIFE, TRAVELS, DEATH, RESURRECTION, AND
ASCENSION OF OUR LORD.

BY A LAYMAN,
Author of the "Life of Bishop Ken."

With Map. 8vo. 18s.



BBITISH COLUMBIA AND VANCOUVER'S
ISLAND.

THEIR FORESTS, RIVERS, COASTS, GOLD FIELDS, AND RESOURCES
FOR COLONISATION.

FROM PERSONAL OBSERVATION DURING A FOUR YEARS' RESIDENCE.

BY COMMANDER MAYNE, R.N.

With M.ip and Illustrations. 8vo. 16s.



12 MR. MURRAY'S LIST OF NEW WORKS.



THE GRAND REMONSTRANCE, 1641;

WITH AN ESSAY ON ENGLISH FREEDOM UNDER PLANTAGENET AND
TUDOR SOVEREIGNS.

BY JOHN FORSTER,

Author of " Arrest of the Five Members by Charles I. " ; " Biographical Essays," &c.

Second Edition, revised. Post 8vo. 12s.



TEAVELS IN PERU AND INDIA.

FOR THE PURPOSE OF COLLECTING CINCHONA PLANTS AND INTRODUCING
THE CULTURE OF BARK INTO INDIA.

BY CLEMENTS R. MARKHAM.

With Map and Illustrations. 8vo. 16s.



LIVES OF THE STEPHENSONS.

FORMING A THIRD VOLUME OF "LIVES OF BRITISH ENGINEERS.
BY SAMUEL SMILES.
With Portraits and Illustrations. 8vo. 21s.



VISITS TO THE RUINED CITIES OF ANCIENT
NUMIDIA AND CARTHAGINIA.

WITH NOTICES OF ARAB LIFE.

BY NATHAN DAVIS, F.R.G.S.

With Map and Illustrations. 8vo. 14s.



POETICAL WORKS OF GONGORA.

TRANSLATED, WITH AN HISTORICAL AND CRITICAL ESSAY ON THE
TIMES OF PHILIP III. AND IV. OF SPAIN.

BY ARCHDEACON CHURTON.
With Portrait. 2 Vols. Small Svo. 15s.



THE STORY OF LORD BACON'S LIFE.

BY W. HEPWORTH DIXON.
With Portrait and Vignette. Pos t8vo. 7s. 6c?.



MR. MURRAY'S LIST OF NEW WORKS. 13

IECTUEES ON THE JEWISH CHUECH.

FIRST PART— ABRAHAM TO SAMUEL.

BY REV. A. P. STANLEY, D.D.,

Regius Professor of Ecclesiastical History, and Canon of Christchnrch, Oxford.

Second Edition. With Plans. 8vo. 16s.

THE TAEPING REBELLION;

ITS RISE AND PROGRESS, FROM DOCUMENTS AND INFORMATION
COLLECTED IN CHINA.

BY COMMANDER LINDESAY BRINE, R.N.

With Plans. Post Svo. 10s. 6d.

SECULAEIA;

OR, SURVEYS ON THE MAIN STREAM OF HISTORY.



CONTAINING



1. Ancient and Modern Revolutions.

2. Revivalists.

3. The Medieval Castle.

4. The Medieval Borough.

5. The Coming of the Armada.



7. The New England Theocracy.

8. Preparatives of theAmericanRevolt.

9. The Revolution of 168S and its His-

torian. [Worship.

10. The Hohenzollern Stage of Hero-



6. Alternative of 1640-41 — Old or New i 11. Absolutism in Extremis.

England? [12. Revolutions in Progress and Prospect.

BY SAMUEL LUCAS, MA.

8vo. 12s.



MEMOIK OF BISHOP BLOMFIELD, D.D,,

WITH SELECTIONS FROM HIS CORRESPONDENCE.

BY REV. ALFRED BLOMFIELD, M.A.,
Incumbent of St. Philip's, Stepney.

With Portrait. 2 Vols. Post 8vo. 18s.



WILD WALES.

ITS PEOPLE,— LANGUAGE,— AND SCENERY.

BY GEORGE BORROW,

Author of " The Bible in Spain," " The Gipsies in Spain," &c.

3 Vols. Post Svo. 30s.



14



MR. MURRAY'S LIST OF NEW WORKS.



THE ANTIQUITY OF MAN, FROM GEOLOGICAL
EVIDENCES ;

WITH REMARKS ON THEORIES OF THE ORIGIN OF SPECIES BY
VARIATION.

BY SIR CHARLES LYELL, F.R.S.,

Author of "Principles of Geology," " Elements of Geology," &c, &c.

Second Edition. With Illustrations. 8vo. 14s.



TRANSACTIONS OF THE
ETHNOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF LONDON.



New Series. Vol. II.



CONTENTS !



Connexion between Ethnology and Physi-
cal. Geography. By John Crawfurd.

Wild Tribes of the North-West Coast of
Borneo. By the Bishop of Labuan.

Osteology and Dentition of the Aborigines
of the Andaman Islands. By Prof. Owen.

Ethno-Climatologv. By James Hunt.

Numerals as Evidence of the Progress of
Civilization. By John Crawfurd.

Idol Human Head of the JIvaro Indians of
Ecuador. By William Bollaert.

Shell-Mounds of Province Wellesley, in
the Malay Peninsula. By G. W. Earl.

Human Crania and Bones, preserved iu a
Crypt at Hythe. By Robert Knox, M.D.

Ancient Indian Tombs of ChiriquI in Vera-
guas. By William Bollaert.

Stone Celts from ChiriquI. By C. C. Blake.

Antiquity of Man from the Evidence of
Language. By John Crawfurd.

Commixture of the Races ok Man as affec-
ting the Progress of Civilization. By
John Crawfurd.

Differences in Weight and Stature of Euro-
peans and some Natives of India. By John
Shortt.



Buddhism. By G. M. Taoore.

Cranial Characters ok the Peruvian Races

of Men. By C. C Blake.
Wild Tribes of the North-West Coast ok

Borneo. By Spencer St. John.
The Tribes of Northern Kurdistan. By

William Spottiswoodk.
On Colour as a Test of the Races of Man.

By John Crawfurd.
Ethnology of Egvpt. By R. S. Poole.
Human Remains found in the Shell-Mounds.

By Professor Huxley.
Human Remains from Mubkham, in the

Valley of the Trent, &c. By S. J. Mackie.
Wild Tribes of the Veddahs of Ceylon. By

John Bailey.
Sierra Leone and its Inhabitants. By Robert

Clarke.
Human Remains found at Wroxeter. By



Online LibraryJ HannahThe relation between the Divine and human elements in Holy Scripture : eight lectures preached before the University of Oxford in the year MDCCCLXIII .. → online text (page 29 of 30)